Marco Antonini is NURTUREart’s Curator at Large. From 2011 to 2016, he served as NURTUREart's Executive Director & Curator, elevating the organization's profile and the quality of all programs, deepening and expanding them via ambitious multi-part summer exhibitions, live performances, publications, and, recently, the video art festival Single Channel. Antonini is a curator and writer with more than ten years of experience. His curatorial projects have been presented by Japan Society, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), ISE Foundation, Elizabeth Foundation Project Space, The Italian Cultural Institute in New York, Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, Venice, The International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP), FUTURA Center for Contemporary Art, Prague, CCEG, Guatemala City, Interstate Projects and Abrons Art Center among many others. Antonini’s articles, essays, interviews, short stories and poetry have been published worldwide on magazines, journals, catalogs and other exhibition-related publications. His most recent book projects are Golden Age: Perspectives on Abstract Painting Today (NURTUREart 2015), co-edited with Christopher K.Ho and collects essays and interviews dedicated to the return of abstraction in contemporary painting. and Experimental Photography (SHS/Vetro/Thames and Hudson/Prestel, 2015) a book of interviews and texts dedicated to experimental photographic practice.